I Probably Shouldn’t Be Telling You This

Breaking_Bad_logoI probably shouldn’t be telling you this.

It took me over 2 years to watch one season of CSI. I had all of the episodes on my DVR.

I would usually turn on the TV around 9:30pm, and within 15 minutes – boom! I would just pass out and fall asleep. For 2 years this went on…

Until Walter White, Jesse Pinkman, Tuco Salamanca, and Gus Fring entered my world.

It took me about 5 weeks to finish the ENTIRE series of Breaking Bad. That show was INSANE. Talk about entertainment. It totally kept my attention.

(RANT!)

So many people in Wall St and many personal finance goo-roos are SO boring. Talk about watching paint dry!

Do they even know that people check out after like 20 seconds if the content isn’t SOMEWHAT ENTERTAINING!

This country needs wayyyy better financial literacy. But the DELIVERY needs to be exciting, enticing, and entertaining – so that YOU GUYS – MY PEEPS can consume the info.

And make mucho progress with your financial SHIZ-ness.

Financial planners – financial advisors – personal finance goo-rooooos – if you’re reading this – PAH-LEASE give your peeps bite sized nuggets of info. Things that they can do right away. And act on.

Capish?

No more brochures with a bunch of financial legalese bullshat. Do people even read that stuff anyway? Take off the stuffy suit. Put on a t shirt and jeans. Be real.

I want you to FEEL engaged when it comes to planning your money life. It should be rewarding, uplifting. And fun.

So I am asking – what do you want to learn more about?

  • Spending and saving
  • Managing your debt
  • Investing
  • Planning for Retirement
  • Insurance
  • Your money mindset
  • Working as a financial team with your spouse/significant other?

Hit me with a reply – Heisenberg style – and I will be back atcha – with 1 bite size nugget of something to do. And I will make you laugh…. All the way to your bank.

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